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Michael Nazir Ali

 

 

 

For a retired bishop of the Church of England, children raised by lesbians mothers and fatherless “contributes to delinquency”.

Published in News From Europe

france

 

In France, after days to talk about the equal marriage law approved one year ago, the subject then drifted on the pros and especially the cons of the surrogacy and insemination, and again, regardless of the opinions of the French.

Published in News From Europe

Brazil

 

 

Historic decision in Brazil where a judge has recognized three parents, the two mothers and the father.

italy

 

 

For the first time, the Italian justice has recognized an adoption by the partner of the biological mother.

Published in News From Europe

Taiwan

 

Two lesbian mothers sued the Taiwanese government after the latter has not recognized them as legal guardians of their children.

india

 

Well the Indian government is definitely backtracking in equality. After the Supreme Court of India has criminalized homosexuality again in December 2013, the government wants to ban adoption by same-sex couples.

Jonathan saenz

 

Bad period for Jonathan Saenz, president of Texas Values, a group fighting against LGBT rights, recently saw his wife leaving him for a woman. Ouch ...

Australia

 

 

The South Australian government may soon allow adoption for same-sex couples.

Father Felipe Berríos

 

 

In Chile, children and religious leaders show themselves openly in favor of equal marriage and adoption by same sex couples.

Vietnam

 

 

 

The decision of the Parliament of Vietnam on marriage equality has been made and, unfortunately, this is not good news.

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